Best Luxury Hotels in Snowdonia, Wales

Explore the landscaped gardens and 4x4 off-road experiences offered by the Pale Hall Hotel
Explore the landscaped gardens and 4x4 off-road experiences offered by the Pale Hall Hotel | Courtesy of Pale Hall Hotel / Expedia
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26 April 2021

After a day hiking up Mount Snowdon or cycling in northwest Wales, kick back in style and stay at one of Snowdonia’s finest hotels, where you’ll be treated to four-poster beds and swoon-worthy views over Snowdonia National Park. Choose from grand halls frequented by Queen Victoria, eclectic boutique B&Bs and luxury spa hotels, bookable with Culture Trip.

Royal Oak Hotel

Boutique Hotel, Luxury
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An old coaching inn transformed into luxury boutique accommodation, Betws-y-Coed’s Royal Oak Hotel epitomises decadence. The building’s heritage was given special attention during its renovation, so expect plush curtains, dark-wood beds and vintage slipper bathtubs. Decorated in earthy colours inspired by the Snowdonia landscape, it’s the ideal environment for enjoying a glass – or two – of champagne.

Waterloo Hotel Lodge

Luxury, Hotel
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Rest and relaxation are on the agenda at this hotel – there’s a steam room, sauna and jacuzzi for unwinding after dips in the indoor pool. You can de-stress in your room too, whether you choose to bed down in the main building or in one of the sleek lodge-style spaces scattered around the lush grounds. For woodland walks, the Gwydyr Forest’s leafy greenery is accessible from this Betws-y-Coed hotel.

Afon View Guest House

Luxury, Bed and Breakfast
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This cosy bed and breakfast in Betws-y-Coed has seven ensuite rooms but the luxury four-poster option, with its original 19th-century fireplace and cushy leather sofa, is particularly plush. You’ll have views of the national park’s woodland-strewn hills from your large window. After hiking up to the peak of Yr Wyddfa (Mount Snowdon), curl up on a high-backed chair next to the crackling fire in the shared lounge downstairs.

Hotel Portmeirion & Castell Deudraeth

Luxury, Hotel
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The Italian-style coastal village of Portmeirion attracts 200,000 people a year, so if you want to see it without the crowds, stay overnight in its Castell Deudraeth accommodation. Sleep in a room adorned in Marc Chagall prints and swim in the outdoor pool, surrounded by pristine lawn. An evening meal in the walnut-panelled bar and dining room, redecorated in art deco style by celebrated interior designer Sir Terrence Conran, is a delight.

Celtic Royal Hotel

Luxury, Hotel
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Follow in the footsteps of royalty at this colonnade-fronted hotel in characterful Caernarfon – Queen Victoria stayed here with her mother in 1832. The afternoon tea is fit for aristocracy with its dainty finger sandwiches and fruit-topped tarts, all perfectly laid out on a traditional cake stand. Work up an appetite with laps in the heated indoor swimming pool or simply wind down in the sauna, bubble pool and steam room.

The Tilman

Luxury
4.9/5 (74 Reviews)
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This modern hotel, situated on Snowdonia’s west coast overlooking the Mawddach Estuary, has been given a playful retro twist with its gleaming copper-fronted bar. If you’re looking to quench your thirst with an ale after a trek along the Wales Coast Path, there are 22 to choose from. Luxurious touches in the 11 rooms include crisp white bedding and contemporary ensuite bathrooms.
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  • The Erskine Arms

    Inn
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    This Georgian coaching inn, located inside the town of Conwy’s medieval walls, is just minutes on foot from a grand fortress. With verdant mountains behind and a rushing river in front, you’ll have memorable views from all the windows. When you’re not relishing in the refinement of your private space, sip on Clogwyn Gold beer from Conwy Brewery in the convivial pub downstairs.

    Pale Hall Hotel

    Luxury, Hotel, Hotel
    4.9/5 (28 Reviews)
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    This five-star Victorian hotel boasts a host of accolades including a triple-rosette and Michelin green-starred restaurant. Set in the serene Dee Valley, it’s close to the majestic mountains, glacial lakes and stone-clad villages of Snowdonia National Park. There’s a woodland garden to explore and 4×4 off-road experiences organised through a local operator to enjoy.
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    Lansdowne House

    Boutique Hotel
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    If you prefer the coast to the mountains, stay at the Lansdowne House, Llandudno, and you’ll be close to the Victorian pier and town’s pastel-coloured townhouses. This boutique hotel has a clutch of comfortable rooms, some of which are decorated with modern chandeliers. There’s also an elegant dining room where a Welsh breakfast is served courtesy of friendly owners Mark and Amanda.

    Meifod House

    Luxury, Hotel
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    As soon as you walk into the black and white-tiled foyer at Meifod House, you’ll see that this country hotel pays attention to detail. The well-appointed rooms are decorated in calming neutral tones, offset by polished hardwood furnishing and plush patterned rugs. Cosy up on comfortable cushions in the lounge after riding on the Snowdonia vintage railway – the hotel is just a few miles outside the Snowdonia National Park.
    These recommendations were updated on April 26, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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